SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Some elderly Asians will now be able to make a lot of noise about Asian hate.
From one person to the next, Terence Huang made it his mission to give elderly Asians and their family members a simple tool to stay safe. The violence hit too close to home when his father had to break up an attack on an Asian friend.READ MORE: More Tree Limbs Drop In Summer — And Drought Isn’t Helping, Experts Say
“I’ve seen it on social media. I’ve experienced it a little myself so stopping it would be great,” said Lee Lo.
“There’s no such thing as skin color or anything like that. We’re all human beings,” said David Guillory.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment?
Guillory applauds the effort by Community Stream. He’s hoping to teach his 4-year-old granddaughter love and inclusion.
“I’d like to leave a better world for her than the one I came in,” said Guillory. “We need to stop the violence. Everybody needs to come together and recognize that we’re all brothers and sisters of humanity.”MORE NEWS: Cooling Centers Open In Sacramento Region This Week
Volunteers say people were very thankful to get the whistles, but the hope is that they won’t ever have to use them.